Floral stone fruits, caramel & citrus.
Ethiopia: Uraga, Guji
The Layo Teraga cooperative is in the pearl of Oromia territory and belongs to the Oromia Coffee Farmer's Cooperative Union, the largest cooperative union and exporter of coffee in Ethiopia.
Coffee is grown in “semi-forested” shade on, which by any other standard would be considered dense canopy, on small garden-like farms scattered across the dry, golden hills of Northern Guji.
Once the cherries are picked they are hand sorted, floated , pulped and then fermented overnight. Wet parchment is then run through serpentine and floaters removed. Once separated the coffee is then washed with one more rinse then placed out on sorting tables for removing of any defects and is then laid out to dry on raised beds for up to 28 days.
Process and origin